This is a list of season 3 episodes of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition series.
What started out one night as a beautiful, picture perfect summer evening for Colleen Nick and her children quickly spiraled into a horrible tragedy that would haunt the family and their community forever. Colleen and the kids had traveled to Alma, Arkansas, to watch their friend's son play in a little league game at a brand new ballpark. Several innings into the game, six-year-old Morgan was bored and asked her mom if she could join her friends in catching fireflies. Colleen remembered thinking how happy Morgan looked to be set free. That's the last memory she has of her eldest daughter; Morgan suddenly vanished. A massive manhunt got underway quickly, as this parent's worst nightmare came true.At the time, the Nick family was living 30 minutes away from Alma. When law enforcement officials advised Colleen to stay near the abduction site, she ended up first living out of a fire station and then, later, bought the only house in Alma that she could afford - going to all lengths to b
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition builds a handicap accessible home for a soldier who lost one of his legs while in Iraq.
Billy-Jack and Ann adopted 4 kids who were branded "un-adoptable" and gave them a second chance. Living in a 100 year old house with the 4 adopted kids, and there 2 biological kids, the family needed a much larger home. They want to adopt a few more kids, but the law says they can't because they don't have the room. Now Ty, and his team have built the Barrett family a 2 story ranch home, themed around there love for horses, and a seperate school house for home schooling.
With the help of grateful friends and neighbors, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition gives back to Gordon Harrison, a master carpenter who has spent his life giving to others in his community, and to his family.
Paul and Cyndy Teas purchased a 60 year old rundown camp so they should open their dream camp, a camp for kids with disabilities. They went 3 years without a paycheck, and emptied out their bank accounts and retirement funds all for Camp Barnabas. Also in addition to having no money, they have no house space either. The volunteers who help out at the camp live in the Teas house with them, and their son and daughter. Now Ty and his team rebuild the Teas home, giving them a beautiful living space just for them. Also with another big suprise after the house reveal, the Teas find a seperate quarters just for Volunteers, including dozens of beds and a living room. And then another building that is for the kids and staff to relax in with includes board games, a large flat screen TV, and hundreds of DVD's. This was EM:HE's biggest project yet.
Ty and the gang will help turn the hazardous home of Veronica Ginyard and her eight children in Capitol Heights, Maryland into "home sweet home."Veronica and her family have had a life of adversity and struggle. Having bought the first and only home she could afford, Veronica raises her eight children - including two sets of twins - in a home that would be cramped for a family of four, let alone nine. A strong woman, she is determined to raise her children in a safe and loving home, keeping them off the streets and away from violence for good. But the house isn't much of a safe haven.The extremely hazardous Ginyard home has exposed live wires sticking out of the drywall, mold from constant flooding in their basement and holes in the walls and ceilings. The kids have to sleep in makeshift bedrooms in the basement and the attic. Veronica works two jobs just to make ends meet and uses public transportation to travel to and from work, as her run down car sits in the driveway. The h
In this special 2 hour episode, Susan Tom has dedicated her life to taking in, and taking care of children with disabilities. 3 days before Christmas of 2004, her eldest adopted son Anthony, who suffered from a rare disease which causes his skin to fall off, died.Living in a small 2 story home with her other 7 adopted girls, this house did not work for their disabilities. Two of the daughters, Hannah and Xania, were born with no legs and need wheelchairs to get around, as well as Libby who also needs a wheelchair due to having Spina Bifada. Also from the Tom family introduced was Faith who suffered a crib fire as a baby and is completely scarred. Katie who was born with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome which causes a mental handicapped. Cloe, who is unable to bend her elbows and knees, and finally the eldest Margeret, who had brain surgery at only 1 month old and was not expected to live.All of these kids are very special to Susan, and deserve a more accessible way of living.Now Ty and his team including new designer Tanya McQueen built a more accessible home for this family of 8 to live in. All have a themed room to express who they are. During the process of buliding the house, Tanya goes to the Backstreet Boys concert in town, and runs on stage during their concert to get them to send a video message to Katie because she loves them. Also she grabbed some BSB clothes, and pics to hang in Katie's new BSB bedroom.The Tom family came home to a new 3 storey home complete with an elevator for the 3 girls. All had their own bedroom but the two girls with no legs, share the 3rd floor. Everything in the home was bulit perfect for everyone's needs and personalities.
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition designers and contractors came to the home of Doug Goodale, a veteran lobster fisherman and his family from Wells Harbor, Maine, with the remarkable news that, in just seven days, they will be able to move back into a finished and completely renovated house.Near the end of the lobstering season a few years ago, Doug Goodale made a decision that would change the lives of his family forever. Looking out at the stormy, choppy waters of Wells Harbor that day, he tried to decide whether to go out to sea or not. If he didn't go, he wouldn't make any money. Needing to provide for his family, he pushed his boat out into the water at dead low tide.When he reached his first trap and started pulling up his catch, a huge wave hit the boat, creating a slack in the rope which then spooled around the drum. A veteran fisherman, Doug knew to turn off the drum's motor and untangle the rope, but as he reached in to turn it off, the sleeve of his oilskin got caught i
Tripp and Heidi Johnson's youngest son William was born in 1999 with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, and was told he wouldn't live past 2. Now he is 6 and as more alive is most of us. Will needs a motorized scooter to help him move around since he can't stand or walk on his own. His older brother and sister Abby and Matthew even don't except birthday gifts. Instead they want whatever money that would be spent on presents, donated towards SMA. This family realized they needed to make improvements to the home since it's very hard for Will to get around. In the renovation process, some of the outside wall fell on Heidi's father. He's okay thankfully, but after that happend, they realized EM:HE could be there only hope.Now Ty and his team built a farm style home completely accessible for WIll and his scooter. Now he has freedom to move around the home by himself, with includes his new lift to the next floor. Also for the family who is completely obsessed with Boston Red Sox baseball, the team built them a baseball diamond in the backyard and a remote operated scoreboard.
TBAExtreme Makeover: Home Edition and the entire community of El Segundo, CA will come together to rebuild the home of police officer Bruce Lewis, his cancer stricken wife, Paulita, and their children.
Ty and the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition gang transform the lives of Jeff Novak, a recently widowed Special Education teacher and his three young daughters, Zoey, Harley and Presley of Boardman Township, Ohio, when they rebuild and renovate their damaged
Kevin and Cathy Nutsch and their five daughters from Douglas, Kansas, who lost everything that was near and dear to them when their house literally exploded, will receive a brand new renovated home thanks to the team of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
While on vacation in the summer of 2005, the Nutsch family received a shocking phone call notifying them that a propane leak had caused a blast that completely leveled their three bedroom bungalow -- not only destroying their home but their business as well, since Kevin's auto repair company was run out of their home. With their home, business and all their belongings gone, the family is now living in the grandfather's basement until they can get back on their feet. But the pain is almost unbearable for Kevin, who still camps out on his property every night to try to protect what few possessions the family still has.
Thanks to their tenacious eleven-year-old daughter, Jael, the Kirkwood family from Port Orchard, WA will receive a new home designed by Ty and the gang of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
One year ago, eleven-year-old Jael Kirkwood completed an application for Extreme Makeover: Home Edition for her family, but didn't hear back from anyone. The Kirkwoods gave up, but not Jael. Instead, she tracked down Sweet Alice Harris from a previous episode and asked for advice on how to get her family's application read by show producers. Sweet Alice suggested that she contact her local mayor, and that's exactly what Jael did.
A bachelor who raised his niece and nephew after his sister's sudden death has his house rebuilt.
A family who runs an animal rescue organization will have their own home redone by the team.
In back to back episodes the design team heads to Virginia to help the Crawford Smiths, a family affected by multiple sclerosis. As well Actress-dancer Debi Allen pays a visit.
A family that lives in a trailer, gets a brand new home in seven days.
Danna White, a pastor's widow and her family of Ochelata, OK, will receive the answers to their prayers when they're told the good news that they will receive a renovated and beautiful new home courtesy of the Extreme Makeover: Home Edition team.
Jamaican-born Dunstin Rainford of Riviera Beach, FL had just fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a U.S. Citizen when the unthinkable happened. Dunstin, a one-time hospice nurse's aide, was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, an unpredictable lymphatic cancer. His dying wish to provide a happy and safe home for his family will now be granted by the team of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Michelle and Brian Hassall of Berry, KY, two deserving community leaders who’ve faced adversity in the past few years, have gotten the remarkable news that they will receive a beautiful and renovated home in seven days.
Loving and devoted grandparents William and Carole Py of Philadelphia, PA, and three orphaned grandchildren who were left in their care after their parents died, will receive a beautiful and renovated home in a remarkable seven days thanks to Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Winston Peter, a Hindu priest, and his family from Jamaica, NY, received the answer to their prayers when they were given the good news that they'll receive a renovated and beautiful new home in just seven days, thanks to the team of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.
Jim and Gina Arena of Somers, NY, the loving parents of "Jimboy," their only son, whose life and death touched the hearts of everyone in their community, received the remarkable news that they will receive a beautiful and renovated home in just seven days.